Thursday, May 26, 2016

Author Profile: Kat Caffee

About the Author
120 Characters (Think Twitter): Why are you THE Next Favorite Author?
v  I’m a renegade.  I know the rules, and I often throw them out the window.  I write to tell the stories that refuse to be silenced.
Answer one of the Questions:
4. What makes your book stand out from the crowd? 
v  The Followers of Torments saga came about in answer to the question, “But where did he come from?” about the main character.  It melded years of leading role-play groups, a wild imagination, and an interest in developing something unique into a unified whole.  As the author, I am on the same treasure hunt as the reader.  Quite often, after a writing session I re-read what I’ve just written and wonder where things are going, which keeps it exciting for me.  I’ve been told, that excitement translates to the reader as well.
Give an about the Author Blurb,
v  K. Caffee is a full time graduate student who has bowed to the pressures of her muse to get the stories she likes to tell out into the big world. She has always enjoyed entertaining others with her flights of fancy, and now invites you to come along for the ride. When she is not writing, or studying, she is a willing servant to her two cats who sometimes provide inspiration for her stranger characters.
Provide Links:
               Where can we buy the books?
This isn’t the entire list, but it covers the major basics:
Out of the Darkness: - Smashwords  - Barns and Noble  - iTunes - Scribd - Amazon

Remember the Shadows: - Smashwords  - Barns and Noble - iTunes  - Scribd - Amazon

Into the Sunlits: - Smashwords - Barns and Noble - iTunes  - Scribd - Amazon

Beslynx Spiritwalker sale Links: - Amazon (Also available through KU)

               How can we follow you on Facebook? (No more than 2 links)
               What is your Twitter Handle?
v  @PukahWorks
               Are you on GoodReads?
v  Yes, but not active.  You can find me here:
               Your Website Address is:
               Are there any other sites we should know about? (No more than two links)
v  Amazon (US):